Japan-born moved to Melbourne; Kiki lived in the art studio space and part of the foundry gallery. Her label called “l love my kunt” and her style of design is quirky and ‘outsider’ of the arts and fashion. In 2007, Kiki moved to Berlin to explore fashion, music and movie costumes in collaboration with the Berlin-based electronic pop band called Private Posh Club.
She is back in Melbourne in and worked for Rearview gallery for three years. Kiki designed costumes for Dasho-Ku Shake directed by Yumi Umiumare, (Australia and Japan) and participated in the project in East Timor as a puppet and prop designer. Kiki continues to explore multi-disciplinary artistic outputs through pottery-making, poetry and physical performance.